Hiu Kwan LeungWith the artificial intelligence, it help us to match the cloths under it’s system, while style do not have right or wrong, the suggestion may meet theSee more latest trend, but it may not be your favorite. Moreover it may reduce the intention for people to build up their stye since the AI will help you to match up the clothes, what you have to do is to follow the suggestion.
Moritz MihatschI think Fabrizio has a point that the origin might be very well outside of the free market and the free market is only reproducing, possibly reinforcingSee more, a differentiation which has other roots. For example, the fact that men in Switzerland basically can not buy dresses might be a result of their buying patterns (they would not buy them even if they could), but the fact that they are not interested in dresses is socially constructed, as we can easily see when we note that men in other cultures do wear dress and skirt like clothing.
Alexandra Wong- It is much cheaper to make clothes today (offshore due to grossly underpaid foreign labourers; quality of clothing is not a stop-ship or even a prioritySee more, it seems). However, the seediness of the fast-fashion industry is showing through: more awareness about the lack of quality and labour standards, too much product on shelves making a storefront messy and less appealing to peruse.
- Online shopping is a streamlined process, and one that is baked into the Influencer sphere; a plebe can buy the exact or a replica of whatever celebrity XX is wearing with a couple searches and a payment extraction. Sometimes it's almost too easy...
- People simply need to buy fewer clothes with the popularity of casual dress codes at work (thank you tech sector?)
- There are lots of online fashion startups but many are flying too close to the sun and burning up (bankruptcy or being bought) - perhaps because fashion skews young and young'uns can only have so much expertise?